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BWW Review: Profound and Poignant, DEAR EVAN HANSEN Takes Hold of Nashville’s Collective Heart at TPAC (Broadway World Nashville)
Profoundly moving and endlessly poignant – yet somehow laugh out loud funny at times it is most unexpected – Dear Evan Hansen, the Tony Award-winning musical that sharply reflects society’s fascination with popularity and “fitting in” with a decidedly contemporary flavor, has settled into Andrew Jackson Hall at Nashville’s Tennessee Performing Arts Center for an eight-performance run that heralds the start of the 2019-20 Broadway at TPAC series.
41st annual Fall Tennessee Craft Fair set for October (Franklin Home Page)
The fair offers a unique opportunity for visitors to meet and learn directly from artisans as they transform clay, wood, metal, glass and other mediums into fine craft.
Party Like a Rockefeller at These Upcoming Fundraisers (Nashville Scene)
If you’ve ever wanted to rub shoulders with some of the city’s notable wine collectors and art aficionados while helping out some good causes, there are a few great opportunities coming up to party with the patricians.
Veterans go to Nashville for songwriting retreat (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)
For three days in August, 10 Veterans found their way to Nashville, Tenn. for an incredible songwriting journey. For each, this would be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become a storyteller, songwriter, and soul-bearer in partnership with some of the finest musicians in country music.
Hispanic Heritage Month 2019 (Nashville Scene)
A few Nashville events celebrating the histories, cultures and traditions of local Latin American communities
Lineup for Music City Midnight: New Year’s Eve in Nashville announced (WKRN)
Ring in 2020 with an all-star lineup at Jack Daniel’s Music City Midnight: New Year’s Eve in Nashville. Rock out at the free celebration and stay for the midnight fireworks and ‘Music Note Drop’.
One of the world’s best places to catch a burlesque show is in Nashville, Lonely Planet says (Nashville Business Journal)
According to Lonely Planet, Nashville has one of the top three places in the U.S. to see a burlesque show.
Tennessee State Museum added to Music Pathways trail (Citizen Tribune)
Tennessee’s Music Pathways trail has a new stop, the Tennessee State Museum. The museum said it has been designated as a stop on the state Tourist Development Department’s trail.
Pinheads unite: Sprawling arcade bar coming to South Nashville (Nashville Business Journal)
South Nashville is getting a new 10,000 square foot gaming center this fall.
Carlile, Prine, Staples Shine at 18th Annual Americana Awards Show
If the love fest that was the 18th annual Americana Honors and Awards show Wednesday night at the historic Ryman Auditorium proved anything, it’s that great music — and great musicians — have staying power.
Mike and the Moonpies bring electrified Texas dance hall music to AMERICANAFEST®
With about 300 acts scheduled throughout the week, Nashville’s 20th annual AMERICANAFEST conference and festival offers a dizzying variety of musical choices.
TravelPulse Q&A: One-on-One With Nashville Tourism (TravelPulse)
Already, 15.8 million visitors have traveled to the greater Nashville area in 2019, a seven percent increase over the same time period in 2018. But it’s not for nothing Nashville is such a popular destination for travel.